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Paint the Squares

There are various sized interactive grids up to 120, all of which are configurable. They include a regular 100 square, a negative numbers grid, decimal numbers and puzzles. Ideal for starter or plenary activity.

Teachers, Pupils
5-11 year olds
Underwater Counting

Can you find the treasure? You need to count the underwater creatures. This game has two levels: Count to 5 and Count to 10.

Pupils, Parents
3-5 year olds
Teddy Numbers

The Teddy Numbers game can help you to learn numbers to 15. Learn the digits and words for the numbers and it game can help you learn to count too.

Pupils, Parents
3-5 year olds
Helicopter Rescue

A game which focuses on numbers from up to 10, to up to 100. There are four game modes: Find a Number, Find the Number Between and Count On and Count Back. The counting on and back games reinforce the vocabulary of addition and subtraction.

Pupils
4-8 year olds
Today's Number (to 20)

Our Today's Number game can help early years children to learn the numbers to 20 in a fun way. The various activities help with number formation, recognition, ordering and counting.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents
3-5 year olds
Measuring in Cm

A measuring game which can help children to understand how to use a ruler. Children need to measure various objects against a centimetre ruler. Two levels of difficulty with whole centimetre and half centimetre examples.

Pupils
5-9 year olds
Count the Yeti 1 to 10

Can you count the Yetis? Three different levels with numbers from 1 to 10.

Pupils
3-5 year olds
Counting Caterpillar

Order numbers along a branch. You can select the minimum and maximum numbers. Lends itself well to an interactive whiteboard.

Pupils
5-11 year olds
Ladybird Spots

Three different counting, matching and ordering maths games based on the numbers 1 to 10 for early years children.

Pupils, Parents
3-5 year olds
Number Trains

Make a train by sequencing the mumbers on their carriages. The numbers are represented in a range of formats such as words, numerals, dice dots or counting frames. The levels progress in difficulty. Level 5 has sequences of twos, fives and tens.

Pupils
6-8 year olds
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